2.2 Humanistic Approach
Needs Analysis is a Humanistic Approach. In Needs Analysis, we include psychological perspective that emphasizes on the holistic education of an individual. Humanistic psychologists look at human behavior not only through the eyes of the observer, but through the eyes of the person doing the behaving. Sometimes the humanistic approach is called phenomenological as it concentrates on the study of consciousness and direct experience of the individuals. Carl Rogers is widely considered to be one of the founding fathers of Humanistic approach.(Rogers, 1969) …show more content…
Humanistic teachers believe that language learners should be motivated and provoked to choose what they need and want to know and learn.
2. They must be able to develop a craving and thirst for knowledge and their learning should be autonomous or independent.
3. Humanistic educators believe that grades are irrelevant because grading encourages learners to work for a position or grade not for learning or personal satisfaction. The only form of meaningful evaluation is